M2 Machines 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS

M2 Machines are created by Castline, Inc., of Arcadia California. The company has been around since about 2008 and they specialize in American cars from the 1950s through the 1970s. I found these three 1967 Novas at the Edmund, Oklahoma, WalMart when I was driving through there a few months back. These are really nicely detailed 1:64 scale models which feature opening hoods, rubber tires and real chrome bumpers. M2 Machines offers a relatively small number of castings which are released over the years in different series in many multiple variations. In my own collection, I have at least 16 variations of the ’67 Nova going back to 2009. Each model has its own plastic display base and many are also enclosed in an acrylic case.

img_08812011 | Drivers Merge R6 | 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS | metallic gold | 1:64

img_08822012 | Drivers Merge R15 | 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS | black w/red stripe | 1:64

The Foose series features cars designed by the Calfornia automotive designer, Chip Foose, and featured on his TV show “Overhaulin'”.

img_08832013 | Foose R1 | 1967 Chevrolet Nova “Cherry Nova” | pearl white | 1:64

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Marc Bosworth is an artist who teaches printmaking and works as an art director. He lives in a 100-year-old bungalow in Wichita with his lovely wife and their young ninja son.
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